Melissa Butler, MD is a board certified internal medicine physician with a special interest in senior primary health care. She graduated from Eastern Virginia Medical School in 2001 and completed her residency at Kettering Medical Center, where she served as chief resident from 2004-2005. She was a faculty physician with the Kettering Medical Center Internal Medicine Residency program, overseeing the outpatient curriculum for the resident physicians, until 2017. She is currently a faculty physician with Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine and serves as medical director of Kettering Health Network’s Years Ahead Health Center—a center that specializes in care for those age 55 and older.
Dr. Butler loves to spend time with her husband and three daughters. She enjoys training for marathons, hiking, traveling, reading, and playing the piano.
SCOPE OF SERVICE
PHILOSOPHY OF CARE
“Each individual is unique. This is why I consider a strong doctor-patient relationship vital. I strive to be a physician who understands the needs and values of each individual so that I can deliver care that is respectful, responsive, and patient-focused.”
American Board of Internal Medicine
HONORS AND AWARDS
Albert A. Brust, MD, Internal Medicine Residency Award of Excellence, Kettering Medical Center
Helen L. Popoway Resident Research Award, First Place, Clinical Case Study Category
Ambulatory Medicine Special Recognition Award, Kettering Medical Center